Expert Meeting Reports on Geoengineering and on Economic Analysis, Costing Methods, and Ethics published
The IPCC holds Expert Meetings to support the assessment process. Proceedings of the expert meetings are published as supporting material, for consideration by the IPCC. Supporting material is not subjected to formal IPCC review processes.
The meetings on Geoengineering and on Economic Analysis, Costing Methods, and Ethics were agreed in advance as part of the IPCC workplan. This does not imply working group or panel endorsement or approval of the proceedings or any recommendations or conclusions contained therein.
IPCC Expert Meeting on Geoengineering
Lima, Peru, 20-22 June 2011
The joint IPCC Expert Meeting of the Working Groups I, II and III provided a platform for exchange and discussion on geoengineering among experts from different disciplines as a cross-cutting issue of the Working Groups' contributions to the Fifth Assessment report.
IPCC Expert Meeting on Economic Analysis, Costing Methods, and Ethics
Lima, Peru, 23-25 June 2011
The joint IPCC Expert Meeting of the Working Groups II and III addressed issues of representing climate impacts in monetary and non-monetary terms, aggregating benefits and costs and implications for cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and the ethical dimensions of estimating costs of mitigation, adaptation and residual damages.